Communicate, Don't Just Decorate
Branding for Creative Entrepreneurs
Grow Your Visual Brand
Brad Blackman founded Chrome47 because he thinks good design should be like a smoothie: tasty, valuable, and easy to consume.
He helps entrepreneurs visually grow their brands by communicating instead of decorating. Make things look good, but with a purpose.
Brad designs book covers, email campaigns, magazines, websites, illustrations, and social media graphics for a variety of clients, primarily for creative professionals like Jeff Goins and Jeff Brown.
When he isn’t finessing logos or fine-tuning the perfect grid for a layout, Brad paints, drinks coffee, and spends time with his wife and three kids.
You're a Content Producer
If you're a writer, speaker, podcaster, photographer, or anyone else who creates content that moves people, I'm your man. I'll help you align your visuals to your message.
You're a Creative Entrepreneur
Your creative efforts are the backbone of how you serve people. Now it is time to take that to the next level with visuals that match your passion and brand.
What Are You Creating?
“While I had an idea of the feel I wanted for my book covers, I only gave Brad a loosely articulated vision. He provided three very different options, and all of them nailed it. It was so hard to choose just one, but I’m thrilled with my final choice, and the design adapts perfectly across several books in the series!”Chris Niles, Author
“Working with Brad has been a complete pleasure. Not only does he have a great eye for graphic design, but he constantly communicates with you through the whole project. I wish more of my business interactions were this effortless.”Daniel Tomlinson, Entrepreneur, Tomlinson Cleaning
“I’ve worked with Brad several times over the last couple of years and he is an excellent designer. He always seems to get the look I’m going for after just a conversation. Brad is always professional, meets my deadlines and gives me and my church a quality product. If you are looking for excellence, Brad is your man.”James Henley, Youth Minister